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The New Go-NoWhere Generation of Unemployed Young Adults

As if you hadn’t heard enough bad news about the economy, here is a story by Will Bunch of the Philadelphia Daily News, in the Post Gazette, about two young men, not far from me, actually, who are struggling in … Continue reading

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Obama Is On Recovery Fantasy Island

After watching MSNBC tonight and hearing President Obama say “the recovery that we’re on” was just too much to take.  I was waiting to here “de plane boss, de plane.” I guess Obama is continuing to ignore the latest figures … Continue reading

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Job Figures Show The Recovery Is A Big Hoax

I was reading an article in the Huff post, syndicated from Reuters, that U.S. private employers only added a paltry 38,000 jobs last month.  It was based on a report that showed much weaker-than-expected figures for employment.  The figures for … Continue reading

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Happy To Work Like A Slave Than Be Out Of Work

In this so called recovery, pronounced by the administration, there’s a scary psychology developing in the minds of population, particularly the unemployed, those not fortunate enough to get a bail out.  Here’s an article which demonstrates what I call the … Continue reading

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Who’s Winning On Jobs And The Recovery?

The Obama administration insists that there’s a recovery out there, somewhere.  I haven’t seen it, in fact, while the administration has been claiming that they’re “winning” on the economy, much like Charlie Sheen has been “winning,” all I’ve seen is … Continue reading

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